last trade: 1.46 AED (23 March 2017) -0.01
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24th july,2016Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) posted a net profit of AED 257.0 million for the six month of 2016 compared to AED 204.6 million for the same period last year; a 25.6% increase. Total assets reached AED 29.8 billion at the end of the 2nd Quarter 2016 compared to AED 29.9 billion at the end of 2015.Liquid assets reached AED 6.4 billion or 21.5% of total assets at the end of the 2nd QuarterPress Release - 24-Jul-2016
Dubai, UAE - Al Etihad Credit Bureau (AECB) held its "1st Annual Al Etihad Credit Bureau Subscriber Forum" on Monday 13th June, at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai. The forum included 59 subscribers with senior representatives from the risk and retail divisions of financial institutions in the UAE. The event established a deeper level of engagement with all credit providers, offered aPress Release - 27-Jun-2016
Noor Bank priced debut perpetual $500 million Tier 1 capital issuance.Press Release - 29-May-2016
29 May 2016 Sharjah - Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB), a leading shariah compliant commercial bank in the UAE, has successfully repaid a USD 400 million sukuk. The Sukuk had been raised in May 2011 under challenging market circumstances. The funds raised under the sukuk were used for general corporate purposes and business expansion of SIB.Mr. Mohamed Abdulla, CEO of SIB, thanked the investors of the SPress Release - 29-May-2016
SIB mandated ABC Islamic Bank (E.C.), Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC, Emirates NBD Capital Limited, and Noor Bank PJSC as Initial Mandated Lead Arrangers ("IMLAs") and Bookrunners to arrange the FacilityPress Release - 02-May-2016
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